Annual Security Report/Clery Act
Austin Community College (ACC) District complies with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act). ACC’s Annual Security Report, published by October 1 each year, provides an overview of safety and security resources, policies, and procedures. Topics include: ACC District Police’s law enforcement authority and response actions; how to report crimes and sexual misconduct; ACC’s response to sexual misconduct; victim support services; training and outreach; how to access the daily crime log; emergency response and evacuation procedures; emergency notifications and crime alerts; and information about ACC’s drug and alcohol prevention programs.
The report contains three years’ worth of crime statistics, which are gathered from a variety of sources including ACC District Police, local law enforcement agencies, and campus officials with significant responsibility for student and campus activities (known as Campus Security Authorities). These crime statistics are reported to the U.S. Department of Education.
For more information about ACC’s compliance with the Clery Act, visit Compliance Requirements.